Trump Even MORE Likely to Win After ‘Nonsense’ Trial Says Boris Johnson, But His Plan Could Backfire

A former Prime Minister has given a warning to US Democrats about Donald Trump’s chances in the upcoming election after his guilty verdict in the hush money case.

Former Prime Minister’s Warning

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A former Prime Minister has issued a warning to American Democrats after former President Donald Trump was charged with criminal offences.

Trump’s Bribery Charges

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Former President Donald Trump was found guilty on 34 felony counts for attempting to bribe an adult video star into silence before his 2016 Presidential election campaign.

All Eyes on Trump

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The hush money case was being watched by the entire globe, but high-profile figures in the UK are making staunch predictions about the future election in the States.

Boris Johnson’s Prediction

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Former Prime Minister Boris Johnson, a supporter of Donald Trump, has predicted the effects of the conviction on the upcoming US elections.

Trump More Likely to Win Election?

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Johnson claimed that Donald Trump’s conviction has only made him more likely to win the US Presidential election against current President Joe Biden.

Trump Win “More Likely, Not Less”

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According to the former Prime Minister and ex-Mayor of London, Trump’s victory has been made “more likely, not less”, after the charges were brought against him.

Case Was “Nonsense”

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Writing in The Daily Mail, Johnson expressed his views on the case in classic Boris-style, calling it “a load of stunted-up old nonsense.”

Politically Motivated Argument

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Many, including Trump, believe that the case’s verdict was politically motivated to try and prevent the former President from getting into the White House again.

Johnson’s Claims of Liberal Elitism

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Johnson claimed in his column that the American people have seen through the attempt from “the liberal elites” to put a halt to Trump’s growing popularity.

Blocking Trump’s Popularity

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“The vast mass of American voters could see what I believe was really happening: that the liberal elites were just appalled at Trump’s continuing popularity,” Johnson argued.

The People’s Verdict

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Johnson, who believes the case was nothing but “a machine-gun mob-style hit-job on Trump” claimed that the people’s verdict has already been decided.

The Only Decision That Matters

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According to his article, it’s the people’s verdict that really matters, and since they have seen through this alleged political attack, Trump is now the favourite to win the election.

Seeing through the “Legal Tricks”

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“They should not be using legal tricks like this to prevent him from receiving the judgment that really matters – the verdict of the people,” Johnson claimed.

Trump’s “Rigged” Reaction

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Trump himself has claimed that the trial was “rigged” after the verdict was announced that he would be charged on all counts.

Trump Claims His Innocence

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The former President stood in front of the press and insisted “I am a very innocent man” and he did not offer Stormy Daniels a sum of $130,000 to keep quiet about their alleged relationship.

British Figures Offer Trump Support

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Johnson is not the only high-profile British figure to offer his sympathies to Donald Trump. Piers Morgan also took to social media to offer his condolences.

Mistreating a Former President

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Morgan, former presenter of Good Morning Britain, claimed that the trial was not the correct way to treat a former President.

“A Sad, Shameful and Ridiculous Day”

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Morgan posted on social media that it was “a sad, shameful and ridiculous day for America,” before calling the trial “trivial.”

Morgan’s Relationship With Trump

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Piers Morgan famously interviewed Trump in 2012 before he was elected President, and since then has kept a good relationship with one of America’s most powerful men.

Trump’s Global Influence

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Trump’s support from high-profile figures like Boris Johnson and Piers Morgan shows his influence on the world stage ahead of the US elections.

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